Calendar

Drop in Pickleball
9 a.m.
All levels welcome to play at Meadow Street Park in Rutland. All equipment supplied.

Fit and Fun
9:30 a.m.
Marilyn Sheldon holds exercise classes at the Godnick Adult Center.  Low impact, aerobic, and stretching routines; move to lively, sing-a-long music. 1 Deer St. in Rutland. Advance registration required, call 802-773-1853.

It Takes a Village: A Community of Parents
10 a.m.
Meet on the patio outside Taso on Center St. (Wonderfeet is rain location) for a stroller/backpack/baby wearing walk around downtown.

Brandon Sits! Community Meditation
12:30 p.m.
A weekly meditation circle – no experience is necessary. At the Brandon Public Library.

Bike Bum Races
3 p.m.
The Bike Bum race series is back, this year taking place on the trails that the KMBC have helped fund, build, and manage. Teams of 5 may register for $175, individuals for $45 or register for just one race for $15. Start is at Base Camp Outfitters.

Market on the Green
3 p.m.
Produce and crafts and music, oh my! Don’t miss Market on the Green taking over the center of Woodstock (in view of Middle Covered Bridge and the Norman Williams Public Library) every Wednesday until 6 p.m.

Vermont Farmers’ Market (Rutland)
3 p.m.
The Vermont Farmers Market and The Rutland County Farmer’s Market combine forces at Depot Park, in the heart of downtown Rutland.

Art in the Alley
3 p.m.
Stop by anytime from 3-5 p.m. to have fun making Paste Papers to use for cards, collage, banners, books, and other projects. Free and great for all ages. 68 Main St. in Springfield.

Everyone Eats
4 p.m.
Free meals served up at the Vermont Farmer’s Food Center from 4-6 p.m. More info at vermontfarmersfoodcenter.org/everyone_eats

Kim Wilcox and Guest
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Youth Karate
5 p.m.
Brett Mayfield instructs. This program is an ongoing traditional Japanese Karate program that teaches basic to advanced movements and forms. Students may test for traditional karate belt ranks as they progress in each session. Please wear loose, comfortable clothes. Register at hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/default.aspx

Wednesday Group MTB Ride
5:30 p.m.
Join Slate Valley Trails for this socially distanced group mountain bike ride on Wednesdays throughout the summer. All levels welcome! 131 Town Farm Rd in Poultney. Questions: info@slatevalleytrails.org

Open Mic Night
5:30 p.m.
At the Skunk Hollow tavern with host Pete Meijer every Wednesday on the outdoor stage from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Rutland Roundtables
6 p.m.
Share your story and vision for the future of Rutland. Rutland Roundtables take place virtually over Zoom/phone. Register at rutlandroundtables.org

Nihon Aikijujutsu
6 p.m.
Brett Mayfield instructs a traditional martial arts class which is a combination of Aikido and Nihon Jujutsu.  The class will focus on movement, balance, take downs, and Japanese Yoga.  Class is open to men and women 14 years old and above. A fun program that is great for all ability levels. Register at hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/default.aspx

Groovy Grannies line dance
9:30 a.m.
Intermediate line dance, mostly country with a little variety. No partner is needed. Marilyn Sheldon leads at the Godnick Adult Center. 1 Deer St. in Rutland. Advance registration required, call 802-773-1853.

Walk & Chat
10 a.m.
Join the Rutland Jewish Center on the Taconic trail in Hubbardton. Leaving promptly at 10 and expected to return by 11:30. The walk is flat and easy and will proceed at a comfortable pace. Bring water and a mask. Heavy rain cancels. Contact Martha L. Molnar, (H)802-468-5125/(C)914-552-7575

Circle of Parents
10 a.m.
Virtual. contact Cindy Atkins, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0608 or catkins@pcavt.org.

Divas of Dirt
3 p.m.
A group ride at Killington open to female mountain bikers of all abilities. Participation is free with your own bike and a valid bike park ticket or pass. Discounted tickets and rentals are available for $31 each. Pre-registration is highly suggested.  For more information call the Killington Bike Shop at 802-422-6232.

Everyone Eats
4 p.m.
Free meals served up at the Vermont Farmer’s Food Center from 4-6 p.m. More info at vermontfarmersfoodcenter.org/everyone_eats

Duane Carleton
4 p.m.
On the deck at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Sammy B and King Arthur Junior
5 p.m.
performing live at Neal’s Restaurant in Proctorsville.

Rick Webb
5 p.m.
Performing live at Jax Food and Games.

Flannels Fiesta night
5 p.m.
Celebrate Thursday at Flannels Bar and Grill. Margaritas and Tacos only $3 each! Live music from Peter Benson.

Jazz Night
5 p.m.
Glendon Ingalls and the Red Clover Trio perform at the Red Clover Inn, weather permitting.

Circle for Foster & Adoptive Families
5 p.m.
Virtual. Contact Heather Niquette, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0607 or hniquette@pcavt.org

Thursday Gravel Rides
5:30 p.m.
James and Candice, from Analog Cycles will be leading weekly gravel rides on Thursdays through Sept. 10. Meet at United Baptist Church Parking lot on the East Poultney Green. RSVP/Questions: 301-456-5471. Rain or shine, unless there’s lightning.

Nurturing Skills For Families
5:30 p.m.
Virtual. Contact Cindy Atkins, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0608 or catkins@pcavt.org

BYO(D)Mic
6 p.m.
It’s open mic night on Thursdays now at Du Jour VT, but you gotta’ bring your own mic to spit on.

Team Trivia with Casey Murray
6 p.m.
Test your knowledge at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Jim Yeager
6 p.m.
Summer Music Series presents local musician Jim Yeager every Thursday rain or shine at the Barnard Inn and Tavern. No Cover – Donations appreciated.

Feast and Farm concert series
6 p.m.
Ida Mae Specker performing at the Fable Farm Fermentory

SVT Events Committee Meeting
6:30 p.m.
Virtual. The SVT Events Committee organizes and leads outings, and plans events throughout the season. Email info@slatevalleytrails.org or call (802) 673-6990 for the meeting code.

Bookstock
7 p.m.
Virtual. Poet Rueben Jackson speaks and reads from his new book. Pre register at bookstockvt.org/reuben-jackson.

Circle for Kinship & Guardianship Families
8 p.m.
Virtual. Contact Heather Niquette, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0607 or hniquette@pcavt.org

Brandon Farmers’ Market
9 a.m.
Shop local, fresh goods at Central Park on Conant Square in the middle of downtown Brandon.

Drop in Pickleball
9 a.m.
All levels welcome to play at Meadow Street Park in Rutland. All equipment supplied.

Prana Yoga
10:30 a.m.
Tammy Brown instructs at the Godnick Adult Center. Advance registration required by calling 802-773-1853.1 Deer St. in Rutland. Stay for free meditation at 11:30 a.m.

Meditation
11 a.m.
Led by  Brian Salmanson at the Godnick Adult Center. 1 Deer St. in Rutland. Free.

Movies on the big screen
1:30 p.m.
Bring a friend and enjoy a free movie screening on the big screen upstairs at the Brandon Library. Call the Library for titles. Popcorn provided!

Killington Farmers Market
3 p.m.
Hosted at Killington Sports (2326 US-4, Killington, right across from the Welcome Center) every Friday from 3 p.m.-6 p.m.. Come out, enjoy the sunshine and shop products such as fresh maple syrup, cheese, meat, produce and more from local vendors.

Rochester Farmer’s Market
3 p.m.
Rain or shine “it‘s a great way to start the weekend!” This year Rochester’s Market & Exchange will feature local farm produce, products and meat, baked goods, crafts, art and more.

Teen Hike Mt. Tom
3 p.m.
Join Hartford Parks & Recreation and Hartford Community Coalition on after school Teen Hikes this Fall.  Departure will be from Hartford Memorial Middle School. Transportation provided by Hartford Parks & Recreation Van. Pick-up Location will be at the Hartford Town Hall by 6 p.m. Register at hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=29934.

Loretta’s Real Estate and Business Live Auction
3 p.m.
Retiring after 51 years in the business and everything must go. Take a peak at LorettasDeli.com or THCauction.com

Senate honk and wave
4 p.m.
Get a look at or join your senate candidates Greg Cox, Larry Courcelle and Cheryl Hooker in Rutland’s Main Street Park.

Character Meet and Greet
4 p.m.
Poultney Public Library is having a book character meet and greet on the front lawn! Frog and Toad from the Arnold Lobel stories and one of the Wild Things from Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are.”

Live music
5 p.m.
Catch a live performance at The Public House in Quechee.

Chris Pallutto
5 p.m.
On the deck at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Friday Night Feed Drive Thru
5 p.m.
At the Chester American Legion. $14 per plate.

Learn to style your hair
5 p.m.
Learn to use tools and  prod to style the hair. At Laura’s Hair Frenzy in Rutland.

Bob Kennedy
5:30 p.m.
Performing live at Mangiamo’s Ristorante in Ludlow.

Aaron Audet
5:30 p.m.
Performing live at Roots Restaurants in Rutland.

Music by the River with Jay Nash
5:30 p.m.
Catch a live performance on North Universalist Chapel Back Lawn in Woodstock.

King Margo
6 p.m.
Performing live at Jax Food and Games.

Jack Snyder
6 p.m.
Summer Music Series with Barnard’s own local musician Jack Snyder at Barnard Inn. No cover, donations appreciated.

King Arthur Jr
6 p.m.
Friday Nights at Flannels Bar & Grill, $3 Draft Beer and live music by King Arthur Junior!

Live Music
6:30 p.m.
Catch a live performance at Taso on Center in Rutland.

Live Music
7 p.m.
Performing live at Du Jour VT in Ludlow.

Sammy B
7 p.m.
Performing live at the Killarney in Ludlow.

Drive-In: “Trolls”
7:20 p.m.
At the Vermont State Fairgrounds drive-in movie theater. Purchase tickets in advance at paramountvt.org

Drive-in: “Night at the Museum”
7:20 p.m.
At the Jack McKernon drive-in in Brandon’s Estabrook Park. $25/vehicle, tickets at paramountvt.org.

Drive-in Movie: “Christine”
7:20 p.m.
Head to the Bethel Drive-in. $10 adults, $5 children, under 5 free. Cash only, no reservations required.

DJ Dirty D in Center St. Alley
9 p.m.
Spinning jams in Center Street Alley, Rutland.

Detachment Golf Classic
8 a.m.
At Neshobe golf club. $320 a team call, Henry Cleveland 802-586-7536 to enter

Norwich Farmers’ Market
9 a.m.
Revamped for social distancing. Pre-ordering is encouraged but not required. More info is available on the web site explaining new procedures – norwichfarmersmarket.org

Village Green Market
9 a.m.
The Vermont Farmers Market and The Rutland County Farmer’s Market combine forces at Depot Park, in the heart of downtown Rutland

Summit Fall Saturday Morning Soccer
9 a.m.
Morning soccer program for kids in Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st and 2rd Grade at the Rutland Polo Fields on E. Pittsford Rd in Rutland.

Norwich Antiques Show
9 a.m.
Fine show with quality dealers from around the region each in their own, socially-distanced tent. This is our only fundraiser of the year! Admission is $5 (children 12 and under free).  Exact change needed.

Monarch Madness
10 a.m.
Join VINS for all things Monarch! Participants will learn how to safely catch butterflies, and assist staff with tagging for their fall migration. This citizen science project is part of Monarch Watch’s annual tagging program. Participants will also learn about current Monarch conservation efforts, and the cultural significance of the butterflies.

Book Character Story Time
10 a.m.
Story Time with Frog and Toad from the Arnold Lobel books and one of the Wild Things from Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” at Sherburne Library in Killington. Registration and masks are required.

Food Drive
10 a.m.
Drive-thru food drive. Donate your garden produce, any food you can spare. Pull up to the Fair Haven Park from 10 a.m. to noon, and pop your trunk. They’ll do the same from 1-3 p.m. at Happy Paws at the Castleton Four Corners.

OMS Benefit golf tournament
1 p.m.
Annual benefit for Okemo Mountain School. Hosted by Crown Point Country Club. Register online to pay or sponsor at okemomountainschool.org/golf.

Mister Chris and Friends
4 p.m.
A kid-friendly outdoor concert at Farr’s Hill, 24 Elm St. in Randolph. $10 general admission, under 2 free. Get tickets at chandler-arts.org.

Super Stash Bros
5 p.m.
On the deck at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Live Music
5 p.m.
At The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Sammy B
5 p.m.
Performing live at Neal’s Restaurant in Proctorsville.

Daniel Brown
5:30 p.m.
Performing live at the Summit Lodge in Killington.

Bob Kennedy
5:30 p.m.
Performing live at Mangiamo’s Ristorante in Ludlow.

King Margo
6 p.m.
Performing live at Jax food and games.

Jenny Porter
6 p.m.
Performing live at Flannels Bar and Grill in Mendon.

Live Music
6:30 p.m.
Catch a live performance at Du Jour VT in Ludlow.

September Movie Series
7 p.m.
“Downton Abbey” showing on the back lawn of the North Chapel in Woodstock. Reservations required, visit pentanglearts.org to register.

Drive-in: “A League of Their Own”
7:20 p.m.
At the Vermont State Fairgrounds drive-in movie theater. Tickets must be purchased in advance at paramountvt.org.

Drive-in: “Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back”
7:20 p.m.
At the Jack McKernon drive-in in Brandon’s Estabrook Park. $25/vehicle, tickets at paramountvt.org.

Drive-in Movie: “Christine”
7:20 p.m.
Head to the Bethel Drive-in. $10 adults, $5 children, under 5 free. Cash only, no reservations required.

Sat night with Dj Mega
10 p.m.
Spinning live in Center Street Alley in Rutland, 21+ with ID.

Outdoor Worship at Grace
10 a.m.
Grace Church continues outdoor worship on the green adjacent to their West Street parking lot. Pastor Alberta leads worship and the Onion River Jazz Band will lead in songs of praise.  (Jazz prelude begins at 9:45 a.m.) Please bring your own chair and a mask.

“Of Wheelmen, The New Woman, and Good Roads: Bicycling in Vermont, 1880-1920”
2 p.m.
Esteemed historian and UVM professor Luis Vivanco will explore the early history of the bicycle in Vermont at the East Poultney School house. Lecture will be available at PoultneyHistoricalSociety.org.

Jim Yeager
12 p.m.
Performing live at Mont Vert Cafe in Woodstock.

60th Anniversary Celebration
2 p.m.
Pittsford Historical Society will celebrate 60 years preserving the history of Pittsford from 2-4 pm at Eaton Hall Museum on Rte 7. There will be displays, pictures galore from the distant past to those recent as well as tours of the great Museum.  Of course there will be cake!  Watch for the Model T Ford holding down a bouquet of balloons.  Masks required for the safety of all attendees.

Duane Carleton
4 p.m.
Performing live at Mogul’s Bar and Grill.

Harvest Festival
4 p.m.
Vermont Farmers Food Center is celebrating the 6th annual Harvest Festival Dinner with a locally sourced, take out meal on from 4-7:00 p.m. at the VFFC, 251 West St. in Rutland.

Sammy B
5 p.m.
Performing live at Neal’s Restaurant in Proctorsville.

Kevin Atkinson
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Jenny Porter
5 p.m.
Performing live at Jax Food and Games.

Drive-in Movie: “Christine”
7:45 p.m.
Head to the Bethel Drive-in. $10 adults, $5 children, under 5 free. Cash only, no reservations required.

Drop in Pickleball
9 a.m.
All levels welcome to play at Meadow Street Park in Rutland. All equipment supplied.

Take a Walk with Hartford Parks & Rec Wilder Village
9 a.m.
Registration is required.  Meet at the West Hartford Library by 9:00 a.m.  The group will enjoy a 60 minute walk through the West Hartford Village. Register at hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=30116.

Fit and Fun
9:30 a.m.
Marilyn Sheldon holds exercise classes at the Godnick Adult Center.  Low impact, aerobic, and stretching routines; move to lively, sing-a-long music. 1 Deer St. in Rutland. Advance registration required, call 802-773-1853.

Nurturing Skills For Families
10 a.m.
Virtual. Contact Heather Niquette, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0607 or hniquette@pcavt.org

Lego Club
2 p.m.
Join Hartford Parks & Recreation for an afternoon of Lego Building! Each participant will be given their own bucket of LEGOS to build cool creations. Each week will follow a themed build.  Participants will be provided with a snack and outdoor playtime. Register at  hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=30114

Nurturing Program for Families in Substance Abuse Recovery
4 p.m.
Virtual. Contact Cindy Wells, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0611 or cwells@pcavt.org

Everyone Eats
4 p.m.
Free meals served up at the Vermont Farmer’s Food Center from 4-6 p.m. More info at vermontfarmersfoodcenter.org/everyone_eats

Sammy B
5 p.m.
Performing live at Neal’s Restaurant in Proctorsville.

Youth Karate
5 p.m.
Brett Mayfield instructs. This program is an ongoing traditional Japanese Karate program that teaches basic to advanced movements and forms. Students may test for traditional karate belt ranks as they progress in each session. Please wear loose, comfortable clothes. Register at hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/default.aspx

Nurturing Fathers’ Program
5 p.m.
Virtual. Contact Amber Menard, Family Support Programs Coordinator at 802-552-4274 or amenard@pcavt.org

Monday Group Trail Run
6 p.m.
Join Slate Valley Trails for this socially distanced group trail run.  Meet at the Fairgrounds Trailhead parking lot at 131 Town Farm Road in Poultney. Expect at least a 5 mile run at a social pace with some elevation gain for a standard run.

Nihon Aikijujutsu
6 p.m.
Brett Mayfield instructs a traditional martial arts class which is a combination of Aikido and Nihon Jujutsu.  The class will focus on movement, balance, take downs, and Japanese Yoga.  Class is open to men and women 14 years old and above. A fun program that is great for all ability levels. Register at hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/default.aspx

Bird Walk
7:30 a.m.
Meet at the D&H Trail crossing on Main Street, Poultney, at 7:30 a.m. Walk the SVT Poultney River and Rail Trail (3.8 miles, Easy terrain). Expect to be out for about 4 hours. Walks are limited to 8 people. To register, contact Joel Tilley at jptilley50@gmail.com (preferred) or call 802-598-2583 evenings 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bring a mask.

Line Dance: Country
9:30 a.m.
Marilyn Sheldon holds dance classes at the Godnick Adult Center. Advance registration required, call 802-773-1853. Come for a fun cardiovascular workout with both new and old-line dances. No experience necessary. No partner needed. 1 Deer St. in Rutland. $5

Intro to Fly Fishing
4 p.m.
Learn about fly fishing equipment, regulations, entomology, flies, knots, habitat, and casting at Erwin Clifford Park. Participants will have the opportunity for hands-on fishing. All of the necessary gear will be provided.  Participants do not need a fishing license to participate in this program.  Open to men and women ages 12+.  Pre-registration is required.  hartfordvt.myrec.com/info/default.aspx

Jim Yeager and Friends
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Sammy B
5 p.m.
Live performance at Jax Food and Games in Killington.

Circle of Parents in Recovery
5:30 p.m.
Virtual. Contact Cindy Atkins, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0608 or catkins@pcavt.org

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